Escovedo, Alejandro: Crossing

Escovedo, Alejandro SKU: 36463008
Escovedo, Alejandro: Crossing

Escovedo, Alejandro: Crossing

Escovedo, Alejandro SKU: 36463008

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Crossing
Artist: Escovedo, Alejandro
Label: Yep Roc Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 634457259119
Genre: Rock, Southern Rock

Vinyl LP pressing housed in a gatefold sleeve, includes digital download. 2018 release from the critically acclaimed singer/songwriter. On his scorching, cinematic new concept album The Crossing, Alejandro Escovedo tells the story of two young immigrants - Salvo from Italy, and Diego from Mexico - working in a Texas restaurant in pursuit of the American dream. Mirroring Escovedo's own experience as the child of Mexican immigrants, and drawing inspiration from his relationship with Italian co-writer Antonio Gramentieri, their journey navigates cultural identity, ancestral weight, minority rights and racism as they realize they have arrived in a different America - one that's not as open and free as they believed it would be. Escovedo crossed borders of his own for The Crossing sessions, recording outside the US for the first time ever at a farmhouse in Villafranca, Northern Italy with the help of co-producer Brian Deck (Modest Mouse, Gomez, Iron & Wine).

1.1 Andare 0:54
1.2 Footsteps in the Shadows 4:49
1.3 Texas Is My Mother 3:02
1.4 Teenage Luggage 3:25
1.5 Something Blue 4:11
1.6 Outlaw for You 3:27
1.7 Amor Puro 2:38
1.8 Waiting for Me 3:17
1.9 How Many Times 4:29
1.10 Cherry Blossom Rain 3:37
1.11 Sonica USA 2:21
1.12 Rio Navidad 3:46
1.13 Silver City 5:57
1.14 Fury and Fire 2:14
1.15 Flying 3:08
1.16 MC Overload 3:04
1.17 The Crossing 5:21
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